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FAQs

Can't find something on NTI's new site? Do you want to know more about NTI? See below for frequently asked questions, and their answers. Or send us a note at contact@nti.org.

About NTI

  • Does NTI give grants?

    NTI does not consider unsolicited grant proposals. NTI provides restricted grant funding in support of projects which further NTI's mission.

  • How does NTI fund its activities?

    Like many nongovernmental organizations, NTI relies on donors to fund its work. Our donors range from large foundations like Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to philanthropists to individual donors who give what they can. We have great appreciation for all our funders.

  • Is my donation tax exempt?

    Yes. NTI is a 501(c)3 public charity, so US contributors are able to deduct their donations, to the extent allowed by law.

  • Does NTI have an endowment?

    No. NTI raises the money we spend year to year.

  • Where can I find NTI’s governing documents, conflict of interest policy, financial statements and tax return (Form 990)?

    These documents are available to the public upon request by sending an e-mail to: contact@nti.org.

  • How large is NTI? Do you have multiple offices?

    NTI's staff consists of approximately 30 people. Our main office is in Washington, DC. We also have a small office in Moscow, Russia.

  • How do I contact NTI?

    Our contact information is: 1747 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20006, Phone: (202) 296-4810, Fax: (202) 296-4811, contact@nti.org

NTI's New Site

  • Who produces the data and research found on the site?

    The NTI website features content from three sources. The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) provides extensive resources, including the country profiles and treaties and regimes content. The pages produced by CNS have the CNS logo at the bottom. Global Security Newswire articles from, 2001-2014, are archived on the site. NTI produces the remainder of the content--either on our own or in partnership with others--including reports, articles and other analysis, our films and institutional materials, like our annual reports.

  • Where do I find HEU reduction and elimination database that was on your previous site?

    www.nti.org/analysis/reports/civilian-heu-reduction-and-elimination/

  • Where do I find the nuclear disarmament database that was on your previous site?

    www.nti.org/analysis/reports/nuclear-disarmament/

  • Where do I find the UNSCR 1540 database that was on your previous site?

    www.nti.org/analysis/reports/1540-reporting-overview/

  • Where do I find the NIS nuclear trafficking database that was on your previous site?

    www.nti.org/analysis/reports/nis-nuclear-trafficking-database/

  • Where do I find the submarine proliferation database that was on your previous site?

    www.nti.org/analysis/reports/submarine-proliferation-overview/

  • Where are the tutorials that were on your previous site?

    They were somewhat outdated and have been removed. If you are interested in this resource, please send a note to contact@nti.org

NTI Projects and Programs

  • Does NTI do work related to biological weapons?

    Yes, since our founding, NTI has been committed to reducing the threat of biological weapons. We provide extensive resources and projects related to the bio threat. See http://www.nti.org/threats/biological/

  • Does NTI have projects or activities related to chemical weapons?

    During its history, NTI has supported important projects related to chemical weapons. For example, in 2002, NTI helped fund an effort to destroy a significant cache of chemical weapons in Russia. NTI's Global Security Newswire, which published from 2001-2014, covered news relating to chemical weapons. Other than this, NTI has no active projects relating to chemical weapons. http://www.nti.org/about/projects/shchuchye-chemical-weapons-destruction-facility/

  • How do I unsubscribe from NTI or GSN e-mail?

    All mailings sent from NTI have an "unsubscribe" option. You can also send an e-mail to contact@nti.org. Please indicate what you are currently receiving. If you would like to subscribe, or re-subscribe, fill out this form: http://www.nti.org/get-involved/subscribe/